When Revolution season 2 premieres the same characters will be around, but the series will have a darker and more dangerous tone following the nuclear bombs that hit American cities. The old political and military institutions have been dismantled o more
When we left "Revolution" in the Season 1 finale, Aaron (Zak Orth) managed to turn the power back on -- only to see the deranged Flynn (Colm Feore) use it to launch a nuclear strike on Philadelphia and Atlanta.The result of that turn of events i more
It's hard to know what to say about Revolution's finale in some ways. On the one hand, this was one of the better episodes we've seen in some time. On the other hand, the original premise of this series has now officially, irrevocably, been abandoned. Per more
When Revolution first premiered, I never would have even considered the question: Is Rachel a bad person? She was a prisoner being held by Monroe, while her family thought she was dead.
She was an innocent victim, right? Throughout the s more
Season finale time! The first season of Revolution wraps up with ‘The Dark Tower’. Here our gang finally get down to level 12 and turn the power on, but not before losing one of their own on the way. A decent episode, it was propped up mainly by its last more
The Revolution finale was full of surprising moments of loyalty, betrayal, and turmoil. Life-long relationships were cemented by revelations of love and destroyed by lies or conflicting values. The power was turned back on, but at a greater cost than anyo more
"The Dark Tower" closed out Season 1 with a more spectacular fireball than even I could have imagined, and it was confusing, insane, and sometimes hilarious. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/revolution-season-finale-review-true-american-137030990824/